16 Fifth Avenue WEST MOONAH, TAS 7009OFFERS IN THE MID $400,000S
CONTEMPORARY RENOVATION & WATER VIEWS
House - WEST MOONAH TAS
This circa 1950s family home boasts an elevated, north facing position offering water views and all day sun. Renovated to a high standard throughout, every small detail has been considered, with all the hard work already done for the new owners to just move in and enjoy!
The entry level has been tastefully decorated throughout with a soothing neutral colour scheme and Tas Oak floorboards. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances and a casual dining nook adjacent to the spacious living and dining room. Extensive glazing in this part of the home captures the views, and a door opens onto the large wrap around deck providing the perfect place to relax outdoors and soak up the sun.
Two bedrooms on this upper level both have BIR and are serviced by the modern family bathroom. The laundry and a separate WC complete the floorplan on this level. Downstairs is a parents’ retreat with study nook, stylish ensuite bathroom and private master bedroom with walk in robe. Connected to natural gas, this home has also been rewired and replumbed.
Surrounded by landscaped gardens on an allotment of 604sqm, there is ample space for children to play in the rear yard. A workshop and garden shed offers valuable additional storage space and a carport provides undercover OSP.
Well located close to public transport, local schools and the many shops, cafes and restaurants of Moonah, this home is a desirable option just 10 minutes from the CBD. Fastidiously upgraded and presented, the next owners will benefit from the attention to detail that has been implemented throughout this renovation. Moonah is gaining in popularity and homes of this quality do stay on the market for long, so be sure to contact Mel as soon as you are able to arrange your private inspection.
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